Samsung's Noida factory begins mass production of Galaxy A04s

By TechThop Team

Posted on: 27 Jul, 2022

In the context of recent news, the Galaxy A04s has remained largely invisible, while the focus has largely been on Samsung's upcoming Unpacked event and the upcoming foldable phones that will be announced there.

A new report has shed more light on the status and whereabouts of the Galaxy A04s, Samsung's unreleased smartphone, which is one of the company's cheaper phones. Samsung hasn't forgotten about this phone despite the fact that it is among the cheap phones.

In a recent report, it has been reported that Samsung has started manufacturing the Galaxy A04s at its facility in Noida after reactivating its production lines.

In the year 2018, Nokia inaugurated its Noida manufacturing plant, which is the world's largest facility for manufacturing smartphones.

As of now, it is reported that the Galaxy A04s is entering the full production phase at Samsung's manufacturing facility in Noida, India.

Rumors have it that Samsung plans to release the device at the end of September or at the beginning of October before the festive season kicks off before it becomes available.

While Samsung might be planning to release both an LTE and a 5G model of the Galaxy A04s in the near future, it is expected that both models will strike a balance between specs and affordability.

No matter how it turns out, it should be a really great device for the holiday shopping season when it comes to affordable phones.

According to previous benchmark entries, Samsung may have equipped the Galaxy A04s with the Exynos 850 chipset, if previous benchmark entries are accurate.

A few days ago, the FCC also approved the phone for sale. The preliminary renders of the phone reveal a triple-camera setup, a 3.5mm headphone jack, as well as a notch on the display for the selfie camera that is shaped like an infinity-V.

Nevertheless, this does appear to be a budget phone, and we'll have to wait to see if it can actually surpass its low price tag.

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